Woodcuts & Inks: Carving political messages
Old school printmaking processes are revived to produce campaign materials in the run up to the general election
Tearing up Asda car park – The Bristol cruiser scene
Tokyo, L.A, Cribbs Causeway: the cruiser scene is alive and well in Bristol
“We invite you to join us”: Activists occupy Cheltenham Road library
Domestic violence campaigners have occupied the historic Cheltenham Road Library to protest a lack of social housing.
Photoessay: keeping printing press alive
The Cable spent a morning at the Letterpress Collective to catch a glimpse of a near vanished industry…
A hard day’s night
It’s not just the tooth fairy working hard all night – Britain’s three million (and counting) night workers are too. Documented here are just a few members of Bristol’s nocturnal workforce: people who keep the city humming along while the rest of us are tucked up in bed or enjoying a long evening out.
Subvertising in Bristol: ‘A service to your local community’
The art of hijacking Bristol’s billboards to create new meaning
“Subvertising” feats continue in Bristol
Subverts with a wicked take on stories in our city continue to appear
Photos: January in the Jungle
As European winter weather finally begins living up to its reputation, volunteers continue to travel to refugee camps on the North French coast. Photos by Luke...
Much more than small talk and a trim
A revered ritual. A rare and grudging trip for the mirror-shy. A Friday night ceremony before going on the weekly lash. Going to the salon or the barbers is more than just small talk and a trim.
Easton residents protest “damp & dangerous” housing
Over 50 people protested today outside Liv n Let property agency on Mina road in St Werburghs. The demonstration organised by ACORN Bristol community union...
A silent mind’s view of Knowle West
Knowle West is a neighbourhood in south Bristol, home to 12,000 residents. Since its creation in the 1930s following slum clearance in the city centre,...
(Audio Slideshow) Bristol Port sale: Bargain basement family silver or a good deal for the city?
Photos & Sound: Rowan Quarry Words: Adam Cantwell-Corn Controversy surrounds Mayor Ferguson’s proposed sale of the council’s freehold over the Avonmouth Docks. We look behind the...